Startups of the year is a community driven vote for this year’s startup of the year for every city in the world above 100k people.
HackerNoon Startups Of The Year
The tech publishing company will host a vote for the best startups in 620 cities in Northern Europe with over 100k peopleBy bringing together sponsors, awards, and functions to aggregate the will of the people, we hope to accelerate the growth paths for thousands of startups around the world.”— David Smooke, HackerNoon CEOSTOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, August 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- HackerNoon, the technology publishing company, in partnership with Coil, the company reimagining financial systems so growing businesses can realize their full potential, has launched a startup of the year vote for all cities in Northern Europe above 100k people. The voting will last from now until Jan 22.
The HackerNoon editorial team has curated over a thousand startups as part of their larger initiative to name a startup of the year for all 4k cities worldwide with over 100k people. While nominations are still ongoing, to date 30,000 startups in total have been nominated.
"It's not easy to build a business," said HackerNoon CEO David Smooke. "More businesses should be celebrated for not only surviving but also thriving through a worldwide pandemic. By bringing together sponsors, awards, and functions to aggregate the will of the people, we hope to accelerate the growth paths for thousands of startups around the world."
This Startup of the Year experience is powered by HackerNoon's custom voting software that previously powered Noonies 2019, Noonies 2020, and will be Noonies 2021, which is HackerNoon's annual awards for rewarding technology leaders worldwide.
The Noonies are an annual tech industry awards event, presented online by Hacker Noon, built to recognize and reward the most innovative people and products in technology today. Conceptualized in early 2019, Hacker Noon’s first annual Noonies celebrated the contributions of over 500 internally and publicly nominated technologists, thinkers, makers, and leaders in tech. Their third edition will run for an extended period of six months, with public nominations open since next month.
In words of Storm Farell, HackerNoon’s full stack developer, “Startups is just a fork off the Noonies with a fresh lick o’ paint and some structural differences. But it’s powered by the same voting system.”
It came as no surprise that countries in Northern Europe have been a fertile ground for startups, being known for their impeccable financial systems and excellent living standards. That is especially true of Sweden, who became the home to global giants like Spotify, Candy Crush, and Skype, among others. However, pandemic was gentle to no one, not even the Northern Europeans, making us wonder how their startup ecosystem, and especially younger startups, dealt with it.
Coil was founded in 2018 to build a better business model for the web. They make it easy for creators to monetize their content across the internet, and provide an alternative to advertising and site-by-site subscription models. As members enjoy content, Coil uses a proposed open web standard called Web Monetization to stream micropayments to creators in real time. Learn more at coil.com
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